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What sound does a cat make

Oh, dear.

I was trying to think of a good question. I have a cat.

Pretty soon, I'm gonna have a litter of kittens.

They will be beautiful.

They will have white fur.

And be able to do this.

They're gonna run around.


They will grow up and be really cute.

And then I'm gonna find a boy to marry.

And we're gonna have children.

And I'm gonna name them after the Great Cats of History.

This would be a good question.

Where do you think the Cat came from?

I don't know.

It was always here.

And there was a cat in the Garden of Eden.

And the cat was called "Mr. Fancy Pants."

The cat was great.

And the cat was very smart.

And the cat was very good.

But the cat was never jerky.

And the cat didn't have a tail and he didn't have fur.

The cat was perfect.

And the cat was perfect.

And that's why cats are perfect.

And that is a good question.

I was never good at this.

I was always a little out of tune.

The Beatle.

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